Most people are aware that creating double-exposures in your camera can be fun and exciting! Creating double-exposures in the darkroom can be even more satisfying, since the creator has more control over what image is being created, even if you can’t see it until it’s developed! Here, I created a double exposure first by stacking my negatives in the carrier (top image). Then, for the middle image, since I wanted the tree texture to be less noticeable, I decided to expose the paper once for the desert image (with beautiful Jenny in it) then again with the tree texture, dodging the area where Jenny is located. I noticed that I didn’t have the enlarger set up properly for this print, so I adjusted it, and repeated the process for the final (bottom) image.
This post is part of a blog circle for the love of film! See what Bobbi-Jo of Love, Bee photography has in store for you this month by clicking here! :)
These images were taken by me on a Nikon F100, then developed, printed, and scanned by me as well. :)xoxo, Lauren
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